[Marxism] ISO: "For a Mass, Non-Exclusionary Antiwar Movement"

Eli Stephens elishastephens at hotmail.com
Mon May 16 14:13:47 MDT 2005

Switching subjects from slogans, I found this paragraph from Joaquin's 
original post on this subject rather curious:

"From my point of view, it underscores that, in reality, there are
large areas of broad, strategic political agreement between the ISO comrades
and those of us in other groups, like Solidarity and the Freedom Road
Socialist Organization, both of whose supporters took part in the recent
marxmail discussion, as well as what my guess is the bulk of the
unaffiliated revolutionaries that make up most of the U.S. subscribers to
this list."

How seriously can I take a proposal for a "Mass, Non-Exclusionary Antiwar 
Movement" which fails to mention ANSWER, which has been instrumental in 
helping to build and lead precisely such a movement? Do the ISO and Joaquin 
propose to exclude them in their efforts to built a non-exclusionary 
movement? How else to explain such an omission?

Eli Stephens
  Left I on the News

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